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Course SummaryThis online homeschool course is all you need to teach AP Physics C. Homeschool parents will find that the engaging videos bring learning to life and make even the most difficult concepts easy to understand.
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AP Physics C Learning Objectives:
- Establish how magnetic fields are created and identify the effect of magnetic forces.
- Inspect the different types of capacitors and go over how they build up, store, and finally discharge energy.
- Learn about Coulomb's Law and Gauss's Law to better understand electrical fields and forces.
- Examine the spring constant and Hooke's Law in relationship to simple harmonic motion.
- Review how Kepler and Newton established various laws about gravitation.
- Scrutinize the differences between linear momentum and angular momentum.
- Practice finding the center of gravity and the center of mass.
- Analyze formulas for determining the potential energy within all energy types.
- Use kinematics to solve problems about acceleration, time, velocity, speed, and distance.
- Determine standard basic vectors and figure out how to graph all types of vectors.
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